The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Hepatozoonosis: H. felis gamont
Hepatozoonosis: H. felis meront in myocardial tissue
Gad Baneth is a professor of Veterinary Parasitology and Infectious Diseases at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in Israel. Prof Baneth graduated from the Hebrew University Koret School of Veterinary Medicine in Israel in 1990. He did a Small Animal internship and residency at the Hebrew University until 1994 followed by a fellowship in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases Research at the College of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State University during 1994 and 1995. He received a PhD in veterinary parasitology from the Hebrew University in 2000.
Prof Baneth served as the head of the Small Animal Internal Medicine Department at the Hebrew University Veterinary Teaching Hospital. He is a diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Clinical Pathology (ECVCP), an associate member of the European Veterinary Parasitology College (EVPC) and an editorial advisory board member for the Journal Veterinary Parasitology since 2006. He is the vice president of the LeishVet group for standardization of the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of canine leishmanioasis, a member of Board of Directors, Israel Society for Parasitology, Protozoology and Tropical Diseases, and a founding member of the Tropical Council for Companion Animal Parasites (TroCCAP).
Prof Baneth was the chairman of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) during 2014-2019 and was an advisor to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) on leishmaniosis.
Prof Baneth heads a laboratory on infectious diseases. His research interests focus on the pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment of veterinary and zoonotic vector-borne infectious diseases including leishmaniosis, relapsing fever borreliosis, canine ehrlichiosis, babesiosis, hepatozoonosis, trypanosomiasis and dirofilariasis. He is also involved in the study of zoonotic and veterinary diseases in the Mediterranean Basin, Uzbekistan, Ethiopia, Southern Europe and South, and is the author of more than 280 scientific publications and book chapters.
Canine spirocercosis: adult worms
Leishmaniosis 01: face
Leishmaniosis 02: ears
Leishmaniosis 03: hind legs
Leishmaniosis 15: generalized alopecia and poor body condition
Leishmaniosis 14: periocular dermatitis and alopecia
Leishmaniosis 16: dermatitis on ear tip
Leishmaniosis 13: face
Control of canine cardiopulmonary dirofilariasis
Control of canine leishmaniosis
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever (RMSF)
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